Currently the Kwebcast Module uses live entries, therefore if this module is enabled the Liveentry Module must be disabled.
For more information, see the Kaltura Webcasting Administrator's Guide.
Enable the Kwebcast module.
Define the applicationName. This configuration value is passed to the webcast application. If left empty the default value is used. Configure this field to brand the application with a specific name. Leave empty for Kaltura branding.
Define the applicationLogoUrl. Provide the URL to a logo image which is passed to the webcast application. If left empty the default logo is used. The logo size should be 156x78 pixels. Add a URL to an image if you would like to brand the application with a company's logo. The logo will replace the Kaltura logo on the top left corner of the application. Leave empty for Kaltura default branding.
Enable DVR for Webcast Events. Disable this field for Self-serve Webcasting.
This list of transcoding profiles is taken from the Kaltura Management Console and is based on the available transcoding profiles there. The transcoding profile is applied to all webcast events created after this field is set. You cannot change previous entries’ transcoding profiles here. See the article Adaptive Bit Rate Settings for more information. Use passthrough if you are NOT using live transcoding (aka live +). Select a different option if you're looking to perform cloud transcoding.
Limit Webcast Event creation to a certain user or user role. If a role is selected, any role with higher permissions than the role selected will be allowed to create Webcast Events.
This value is automatically assigned by the system upon save. A specific instance of the application will be added to the PID. This is the ID of the UIConf for the Windows Kwebcast application.
This value is automatically assigned by the system upon save. A specific instance of the application will be added to the PID.This is the ID of the UIConf for the Mac Kwebcast application
|PlayerUiconfld||This value is automatically assigned by the system upon save. This is the UIConf for the player used for Webcasting events. To create a customized player for webcasting events, you can create a new player in the studio and update the configuration here. Note that all webcasting plugins must be enabled on the player to ensure slide sync and Q&A availability.|
This value is automatically assignged by the system upon save. This is the ID of the UIConf for the BSE Kwebcast player. This field is only relevant for KAF administrators. See the article Using the Browse Search and Embed (BSE) Feature for more information.To create a customized player for webcasting events, you can create a new player in the studio and update the configuration here. Note that all webcasting plugins must be enabled on the player to ensure slide sync and Q&A availability. This player ID will be used in the KAF module for BSE.
Enable auto-playing video previews inside the carousel on the Webcasts Homepage
Enable or disable running moderated Q&A sessions during live webcasts. This option should be enabled to display the Moderator View when Webcasting Moderators are assigned.
Enable polls during webcast events.
Select which fields should appear in the search.
Define whether the webcasting event should automatically start when the encoder starts broadcasting video, or to explicitly start the webcasting event after previewing the stream.
Enables webcasting scheduling and the webcasting calendar view. This allows webcasting administrator(s) to see/edit all partner events on a calendar, define resources and projected audience size. After enabled, you will need to assign specific users as webcast administrators. Note: Group collaboration (MediaCollaboration > allowGroupsCollaboration) should be enabled for this feature to work properly.
Select specific users who are event admins. All added users will be able to see and edit all past and future events, including events not created by them.
Download Resources List. Export the current list of resources (rooms,cameras,encoders,etc).
Upload a resource definition file (.csv). See example format here.
Whether to allow self-served scenario. Depends on autoStartEventOnBroadcast being disabled.
.Select users who are allowed to launch self served Webcast Events
Upload an image to replace the default thumbnail for webcast entries. Suggested image size is 1140×672 pixels.
Whether to allow the Video Conference Integration scenario. See the article Kaltura Video Conference Integration V1 for more information.
Who can launch video conference integrations from Webcast Events? if a role is selected, any role above it will also be able to launch video conference integrations from Webcast Events.
Enable thumbnail image rotation on mouse over in Webcast homepage.
|showLastArchivedDefault||Select Yes to show a link to the last archived video on top of the live page. This will be the default for all live entries.|
If you would like to allow live entry owners to change the default settings of individual entries, set showLastArchived to Yes in the entrydesign module.
Note that setting showLastArchivedDefault to Yes in Kwebcast will set the default only. If showLastArchivedDefault in Kwebcast is set to No, but showLastArchived in entryDesign is set to Yes, it will still be available on the entry level.
For additional information about Kaltura Webcasting, see the Kaltura Webcasting Administrator's Guide on the Knowledge Center.
Enable the Privacybanner module.
|bannerMessage||Insert the text that will show on the banner. Up to 250 characters. Rich text is supported for example, HTML tags, links, bold, underline.|
The Kaltura Raptmedia module is used to enable Kaltura Interactive Video Paths. For more information about the Raptmedia module see the Kaltura Interactive Video Paths Administrator's Guide.
Enable the Raptmedia module.
|host||Readonly. Always set to |
|accountId||Enter the ID of your Kaltura Interactive Video Path Media account.|
|newComposer||Enable to use the new Kaltura-only composer.|
|allowedRole||Who can create Interactive Videos? If a role is selected, any higher role will also be able to create Interactive Videos.|
|playerId||Enter the id of the player that will be used to play Interactive Video Path media.|
The Kaltura Scheduling feature enables leveraging Kaltura's media management capabilities to schedule recordings using partner capture devices. For more information about the Recscheduling module see the Kaltura Scheduling Administrator's Guide.
Select or enter values for the relevant fields and click Save.
Enable the Recscheduling module.
Allow scheduling of 'Lecture Capture + Live' events.
Select specific users who are allowed to schedule events.
Download a resources list of resources already defined in your system
Upload a resource definition file. See here for more information.
Add additional root categories as a publishing destination for scheduled recordings. Note that all categories under additional root categories will be viewable by the users creating scheduled recordings.
The Registration Module is used to allows users to create registration form for viewing live events and VOD recordings before the player is displayed.
For more information, see the Kaltura Registration Administrator's Guide.
Select or enter values for the relevant fields and click Save.
|enabled||Enable, the Registration Module.|
|registrationForms||Select an available registration form for the entry.|
Choose the minimal role required to setup registration for an entry.
|mediaPlayer||Select the Media Play.|